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minister is looking to get his country out. the u.s. wants commitments of bp will pay up. >> i think that is what the prime minister said as well. >> lawmakers are demanding to know what role bp played in the freeing of the lockerbie bombing of. >> it could be a corrupt deal between bp and libya. >> he was convicted of being the biggest mass murder in history. >> resetting a special friendship between two nations as two leaders get to know each other. the prime minister said he will meet with senators who have tough questions for bp. >> the new center will be expected to be sworn in today. he fills the vacancy left by robert byrd. it's not clear whether carte goodwin will fill the rest of byrd's term. >> it was a small step for man and it happened 41 years ago today. more than a billion people watched and listened to the apollo 11 astronauts neil armstrong stepped onto the moon. michael collins remained in the command module. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. as we observe the 41st anniversary of the moon landing, what do you think america's future role in space
, from sierra leone to south korea were sworn in as u.s. citizens in a naturalization ceremony in annapolis yesterday. america's newest citizens received thunderous applause after taking the oath at the william paca house, and joy filled the historic site. >> feeling great. i'm excited. i'm elated. i'm just so happy. >> nearly 4,000 people became new citizens across the country, letting out their american dream under the theme a spirit of i happened pence. >> city police are trying to figure out what led to two deadly overnight shootings within blocks of each other in east baltimore. investigators say 30-year-old jason rogers was found in the 1000 block of north patterson park avenue shortly after 1:00 sunday morning with multiple gunshot wounds. he was rushed to johns hopkins, where he was pronounced dead. and just a few hours earlier, police say a 23-year-old man was shot in the 1600 block of north fourth street. detectives say the victim suffered a gunshot wound to the head. he was also taken to johns hopkins, where he died. no word on a suspect or possible motive in either
into the central part of the u.s. a piece of the great lakes with those warm temperatures to the south and a burst of warm air moving into the central part of the nation. our temperatures, 83 today. sunny and pleasant with low humidity. st winds.rthwe sun is already up this morning. saturday, sunday, even into monday. this friday, as it moves further ease, the wind will become more self easily. by monday, we start getting more humidity into the period. there is a storm lining out to the west and we may have to deal with that by the end of the week. 81 today. 86 tomorrow. it does start to warm up on the weekend. the humidity is still reasonable. by monday, the humidity jumps up. a real muggy day. 97 behind. 97 on tuesday. by thursday, a slight rain chance. >> thank you. joran van der sloot gets slapped with another charge, a federal indictment. a grand jury has indicted the murder suspect on a wire fraud and extortion suspect. he promised beth holloway he would give the details of his daughters death. he curly faces murder charges in peru. >> now to the allegations of those russian spies living in
of afghanistan. >> we have more from london. >> hillary clinton reaffirmed that the u.s. pullout from afghanistan would begin next year. hamid karzai said afghanistan should be willing to take care of its own security by 2014. >> this is a commitment to the afghan people and to our international partners. we hope the international community will help afghanistan reached that objective which we are working on earnestly and with dedication. >> he also asked foreign aid to be distributed to is the government. foreign countries have been reluctant to hand over eight without strings. hillary clinton said more needs to be done. security has been tight for the conference thousands of police on duty in the capital. an airplane had to be diverted because of rocket fire at kabul airport. >> here's a look at some of our other top stories. a state employee is on administrative leave after reportedly posting personal information of nearly 3000 people on a third-party website. officials do not believe that information was used for any identity theft. the head of the department of agriculture said he will recon
the second most, abdominal operation in the u.s. it is 74 degrees on tv hill. keith mills will join us live with the latest in the sports world. >> we are talking this morning about the battle of the stove. i have a live report for you coming up. >> here is a live look over the downtown area. we will update weather and traf >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> the accident in arnold has been cleared. we do have a new accident to report. this is approaching the beltway. we have the left lane closed. police are just arriving on the scene. the right lane is squeezing by. it will cause some problems there. everything looking good in the northbound direction. 895 looks pretty good at the harbor tunnel. no problems to report at the fort mchenry at this area. north avenue, fire department activity to watch for in the city. everything running smoothly in the city. eastbound i-70, a nice ride in towards the beltway. we did the live look are ready. we will keep you posted on the accident on the harrisburg expressway. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the lat
the u.s. got back four really good ones and that the 10 russian spies return did not do much harm. >> that brings us to one of your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- do you agree with the government's decision to engage in a spy swap with russia? >> keep e-mail link those responses to watercooler@wbaltv.com. we will read more into the next hour and post all of them on the front page of our website. find that was on governor all balis mind at the annual conference. >> trucks or added to a growing recall list. >> arizona's new controversial immigration law will go into effect. we'll have the latest on the government's stand on that. >> we are watching some rain on the other side of the mountain. it will arrive here in baltimore charlie. >> we have some fire activity and we will update you on that. details on your morning commute coming up. he inherited a $1.7 billion budget deficit... then an economic crisis. but martin o'malley went to work. cutting $5 billion in waste and government spending, while also making opportunities for middle cla
. both the u.s. and british governments need to take a closer look at bp's actions. >> and now we know that back in 2007, bp was lobbying the government for prisoners and were conducting their own campaign to make the libyan government look good equipped charles schumer appeared with several victims of the bombing. >> here is something you can add something you have lived through -- the hottest june on record. the record setting temperatures were felt throughout the world. the previous warmest june was set back in 2005. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. which has been more difficult for you to deal with -- this summer's sweltering heat, or last winter's freezing cold and snow? e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. again, that is watercooler@wbaltv.com. i say snow, snow all the white. >> you got that right. 76 degrees on tv hill. much more ahead. >> cardiac catheterization is uncomfortable, many agree. we will tell you about a possible alternative. >> so far so good for your monday morning commute. there is oneon >> welcome back. 77 degrees downtown. ther
and is currently a director of special projects at the u.s. chamber of commerce. >> she is a charismatic candidate. >> the attorney is the daughter of irish immigrants and a mother of three. she lives in montgomery county. this is deemed critical in the race. >> montgomery county has always made republicans incredulous. the wonder how the economics of montgomery county remains so liberal. >> kane has more clout than the one who ran with him earlier. the former governor has 26,000 facebook followers. it is smart for correlate to announce his running mate in cyberspace. >> i do not think republicans have caught up with democrats in the use of technology. young people and older people are now using social networking. in order to have a campaign that seems to be up to date, you have to have some social networking as well. >> the governor is keeping lt. governor anthony brown on the democratic ticket. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news [inaudible] that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. what is your first impression of bob ehrlich's choice for his running mate? e-mail your response to
. it will be hot in the central part of the u.s. the hottest weather will be tomorrow as everything shifts for this to the east. this front in the midwest will drift into this area. it will provide eight relief from all of this heat. down in the tropics, the bahamas, but we have a tropical storm bonnie. the wind is gusting around 40 or 50 miles per hour. this is not the center of the storm. it is not all well formed. the storm is expected to get into the gulf of mexico by sometime sunday or so and still be a tropical storm at that time. there could be some problems in the gulf with the oil situation, they have to change their plans. locally, and humid, may be an isolated storm today. 96 to 100. less comfortable today than it was yesterday. southwest wind about 10 miles per hour. you see the scattered nature of storms in pennsylvania. tomorrow we see kind of the same situation as far as scattered or isolated to the. on sunday, the front is lined up and coming through. that will increase our rate chances. it lowers the temperature a little bit. an isolated storm today or tomorrow, outside ch
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